Skip to main content

About your Search

20121001
20121031
LANGUAGE
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5
CNBC
Oct 18, 2012 3:00pm EDT
issue. >> right. john ford, they did pay $12.5 billion for motorola mobility. they're trying to make that work as well. we're about 90 seconds away from the reopening here. >> they are. that's going to be one of the things that gets a lot of focus because of the more than $.5 billion loss there. there are a number of issues on the cost side. investors wondering on how much of an impact we'll see like on cost per click. >> on the motorola, it's not really a loss. it's a write down on the cost of that. that could prove to be -- because they're acquiring a platform linked to android. they really are thinking about the next ten years of bringing together search on a mobile platform that they now currently own and control and write the software for one of the most ubiquitous mobile platforms in the world. >> we are waiting for google to reopen. >> that it true. that is true. >> zach, you're going to kill me for this, but you're the trader. you're the guy that has to make these split -second decisions. how is this going to reopen? >> look, i'd take a 10% down on google as a real opportunit
CNBC
Oct 19, 2012 3:00pm EDT
really good. their problems were with motorola mobility pmplt all right. so it doesn't really give you any info there. let's talk about these charts. google and facebook. what with do you like in terms of the technicals. >> i like google, but let's look at facebook. you don't have to be an expert to know this does not look too good. a lot of clients say we might be puts in a base. is that true? i don't think so. i think we're setting up for another leg lower. the reason i say that is the simple issue of supply and demand. when facebook came to market, a lot of shares flushed the market. not that much demand, pushed lower. you moved ahead to november, we're also going to see another lock expire and more shares hit the market. with no demand, we think it's going to go lower. >> so both. you want to be expecting lower lows here. >> yes, exactly. >> is there anything you would say, you know, represents some kind of a buying opportunity that you would say, okay, now might be the time to get in on these names? >> i wouldn't be looking at facebook until it drops under 15. >> wow, 15. >> i
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2012 3:00pm EDT
is still halted. but what has spooked investors on this is the motorola mobility cut there. it was much bigger than expected loss which hadn't been telegraphed to the street. you are supposed to let the street know and warn that things aren't going to be as good, but on top of that, the losses are the first ever year over year decline in adjusted earnings for google since it went public, and that was back in 2004. so again, the numbers are out. the word is that the form, which is called an -- [inaudible] -- if you will forgive me for looking at my computer. it has been filed with the sec. the numbers are the same. google ceo larry page is making comments right now. let me tell you, he says quote revenue was up 45% year on year, and at just 14 years old for the company, quote, we cleared our first 14 billion revenue quarter. putting a positive spin on this, and i don't mean to use the word spin in any negative or positive way, but again the issue was with motorola mobility, and the stock, basically what you saw there was a 527 million loss from the motorola mobility portion. remembe
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2012 3:00pm EDT
some of these companies. he's worked close with clorox, motorola who was then sold to google. they look as a takeover target, maybe by microsoft. what's carl really thinking for netflix when he steps in putting the huge stake out there there's a big pop indeed. back to you. liz: thank you very much. the best late plans, okay, charlie and i were just starting to talk about, well, hey, move to fresno. after 9/11, a lot moved operations to new jersey. guess what? new jersey lost power as you know. the story of the banks, even with the stock exchange shut down, moving oaring'ses to jersey city, still managed to weather the storm and stay open for business when they had to shut down the jersey city operations. the north american corporate banking ceo joining me now. charlie was saying, wait, the french kicked our -- well, the word for tuckus you know. >> thank you for hosting me, and, by the way, before being here, i was in act can with the head of fixed income and equities, and we are fully operational. liz: where though? you had back office operations in jersey city. that lost power a
CNBC
Oct 18, 2012 4:00pm EDT
. here's when we expect motorola to really make a difference on our bottom line. i think they should not spend much time on really important things that are important to analysts like mobile, like monetization, like cost per click, like currencies. the thing is, those are things of the past. this is a company that likes to focus on things in its pipeline and the way it's differentiating itself from other companies. >> all right. we want to take you to the call right now. the director of investor relations is speaking, jane penner. let's listen in. >> also, as you know, we distribute our earnings release through our investor relations website located at investor.google.com. please refer to our ir website for our earnings. this call is also being web cast from investor.google.com. a replay of the call will be available on our website later today. let me quickly cover the safe harbor. some of the statements we make today may be considered forward looking, including -- >> we're going to go back when they actually get to business. gene muenster, interesting in that room. a lot of people w
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5